Our next First Sunday Fellowship lunch will be on Sunday, September 2, following the morning worship service. There always is plenty of food. Please join us for a time of good food and fellowship!
On Wednesday, September 5, at 7:30PM, our midweek Bible Study Group will resume, meeting at the church building, 142 Pleasant Street in Brunswick. We will be considering Relationships—A Mess Worth Making, a biblical approach to relationships by Tim Lane and Paul Tripp. Spouses, family, friends, coworkers, neighbors—we all have relationships, and they are rarely easy. Let’s consider what God has to say about our complicated relationships.
On Saturday, September 8, join us for a church picnic and time of fellowship at Bradbury Mountain State Park in Pownal. The park offers walking trails, a delightful scenic view of the region, and areas for a variety of outdoor activities. Bring your lunch and something to share. More details to come!
Sunday School resumes on Sunday, September 9, at 10:00AM, with classes for all ages. The adult class will be considering the Book of Job, using as a guide, How Does God treat His Friends? by Robert Fyall. This study will challenge and perhaps even aggravate us. It will also help us to grow as we consider God’s use of suffering in our lives.
Topics for other classes will be announced soon.
We share driveways and parking lots with our neighbors, and, especially now that the weather is warming up, children may be in and out of the church building, as well as adjacent buildings. Please drive slowly and carefully in the parking lot and in all areas near the church. We want everyone to be safe! Thanks!
If you wish to donate to the OPC Disaster Response Fund for victims of Hurricane Harvey, go to the OPC website, www.opc.org, or make a check payable to: Orthodox Presbyterian Church, designate on the check: Hurricane Harvey, and mail to:
- The Committee on Diaconal Ministries
- Orthodox Presbyterian Church
- 607 N. Easton Rd., Bldg. E
- Willow Grove, PA 19090-2539
Thank you to all who collected food for the Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program's food drive and to Deacon Cal Frink for making the delivery of 5 boxes filled with food!